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Lol 2 parity bits? No that would give you an actual 6 bits of data per byte... there are 8 bits in 1 byte based on the base-2 numbering system.
Nope; see here, in asynchronous data transmission each character/byte is transmitted in a bit stream consisting of up to 12 bits for each byte of information.

I'm not sure what convention is used in LAN/WAN transfers, but I'm almost certain it is asynchronous transmission rather than synchronous transmission.
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Hah, care to cite your source?
If that were true it would be impossible for me to transfer > 100 MB/sec over LAN.. Also, the only error checking involved with TCP is CRC.
Okay my terminology was wrong, but you divide by ten for networking to go from MB to Mb because there are added bits to every byte. Everything else is 8
Apparently you have yet to hear of 10Gbit also, and over 100MB/sec on a home network is pretty near impossible.
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Lol 2 parity bits? No that would give you an actual 6 bits of data per byte... there are 8 bits in 1 byte based on the base-2 numbering system.
Its two additional bits, if you read what I fixed you would know that.
Also, don't be pretentious and assume that youre smarter than other people because you can't understand what was written
    
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Okay my terminology was wrong, but you divide by ten for networking to go from MB to Mb because there are added bits to every byte. Everything else is 8
As stated, cite your source.
There are no extra two bits of parity for ethernet.
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Apparently you have yet to hear of 10Gbit also, and over 100MB/sec on a home network is pretty near impossible.


Sure. Also factor in TCP and Samba overhead.

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Apparently you have yet to hear of 10Gbit also
You do realize there are IT professionals on this site, right?

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Also, don't be pretentious and assume that youre smarter than other people because you can't understand what was written
Perhaps you should heed your own advice.
Edited by beers - 3/17/11 at 2:39pm
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